The family and home should be at the very core of any young life. When these turn against the child or youth, where does one turn? The need to make sure the child in need is heard is a growing problem in our nation and our community.
It's time to break some ground and get growing. Maybe it's time to break out of that rut of growing four tomato plants a year, and grow a diverse garden full of strange vegetables. Or maybe this is the year to that you need to grow enough to be prepared for a zombie apocalypse or the crash of the supermarket industry.
Wow, can you believe we're in the middle of April, already? Everything is getting green, the weather sure has been nice, and the music has been rocking. There were so many great shows last week alone, and this week looks to be really good as well.
I'm dedicating this column to one of the sweetest ladies God put on this earth, my Aunt Kat. I promised not to spill all the beans because she's very special to me, but, today is a very special day to brag on her a little and tell her how much she means to me.
The website, "Only in Your State," recently released a list of the top 10 restaurants in Georgia. And you don't have to leave Covington to dine at one of them. The third name that pops up on the list is The Mystic Grill, found on Covington's historical square. The list is based on such review sites as Yelp, Open Table, Trip Advisor, and the like.
Now there are two. That is the number of geese left on the pond outside our back deck on the Ashton Hills Golf Course. There may be geese elsewhere on the course, but now we just see one pair. During the past two springs we have seen several dozen geese on that pond.
Howdy, folks; it's so good to be back writing for you in this space again. Not only that, but it has been great seeing how much incredible musical talent we have around here. A lot of people seem to make the statement that there must be something in the water, concerning Newton's musicians. And I'm not inclined to disagree with that sentiment.
Greetings and salutations good people, I hope everyone is doing alright. Once again, I appreciate all of the feedback on the last column. There were some great shows this past weekend. And I hope several of you got a chance to see some of the action.
Today is the most sacred day of the Christian year. The only day that would come close is Christmas. But Easter is, by far, the most sacred. Noted British theologian N.T. Niles wrote, "Take away the stories of Jesus's birth and you loose two chapters of Matthew and two of Luke. But take away the resurrection and you lose the entire New Testament."
I'm going to let y'all in on a little secret about the Easter Bunny. It started several years ago when I was working for Winn-Dixie. I enjoyed shopping there and it was also a good place to work for almost five years. When I worked for Winn-Dixie, I worked in the floral department and dairy and frozen foods sections. But I was approached by the store manager about a new position.